the thirdeyeworld

Another look at Perito Moreno Glacier, Argentina

Greetings from Patagonia….wish you were here!

Photos taken during a trip to Argentina in 2009.

Have you ever been to a place that clearly knocked your socks off? I feel so incredibly lucky as I have been to many. I seek out mountains and some of the most remote places possible like Iceland, Nepal and Patagonia to name a few. There is something so magical in these spectacular places. So remote. So extreme and so outrageously beautiful.


    • Great! I have written a lot on thirdeyemom about my two visits to Argentina. If you are interested in checking it out, scroll down to the end of my blog and click on Argentina. The first trip we did San Carlos de Bariloche in the Patagonian Lakes District and Buenos Aires. I loved Bariloche! Yet if you want real Patagonia and rugged hikes, head further south to El Calafate and El Chatlen where we did some amazing hiking. We also took the day boat over to Uraguay which is gorgeous too! If you have more time, then hit the Chilean side of Patagonia to Torres del Paine. That is my most favorite place of all and is better in my opinion than the Argentinian side. But the food is better in Argentina and BA is awesome!

      • wow! Thank’s! I recently moved to Sweden but at the back of my mind I have this idea of checking out Buenos Aires and maybe move there one day?!? Thank’s for all your tips, I’m following your blog now, so I won’t miss the next ones! 🙂

      • Great! If you have any questions about Argentina please let me know. In BA, we stayed in Palermo Soho and it is amazing! Lots of restaurants, cafes and boutique hotels. Super cool and trendy in a good way!

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